This week on Living Planet: all dressed up and nowhere to grow - young German farmers struggle to afford land, while the country's capital goes green. We visit India where they're battling to save an ancient forest and talk toilets in Cambodia.
As the UN's climate talks draw to a close, we talk to delegates about who will foot the bill for climate change damage. We also ask if we might be flushing away valuable resources when we use the toilet.
Splash in the Baltic Sea with the endangered harbor porpoise, roam the Spanish countryside with ancient wild horses and swoop past hunters' bullets in the skies over Malta. Do it all with Living Planet.
A month after Greenpeace tried to attach a banner to an oil rig in the Arctic, what is happening to the incarcerated 'Arctic 30?' Will Germany ever go greenhouse gas neutral? And could Argentina turn to tofu, as consumers there cut their beef consumption?
How environmentally friendly Bhutan is struggling to escape the forces of climate change - What Austrians are doing to save one of their last free-flowing rivers - The "mother of all animals" in Latvia - And a German farmer who can't help but show off his dairy cows online